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|Did you know that the origin
of the dog is traced to the wolf. The osteology of the wolf does not differ
materially from that of the dog more than that different kinds of dogs
differs. The cranium is similar, and they agree in nearly all the other
The dog and wolf will readily
breed with each other, and their progeny, thus obtained, will again mingle
with the dog.
The relative length of the intestines
is a strong distinctive mark both as to the habits & species of animals.
Those of a purely carnivorous nature are much shorter than others who resort
entirely to an herbaceous diet, or combine the two modes of sustenance
according to circumstances. The dog and wolf have the intestines of the
There is one circumstance, however,
which seems to mark a decided difference between the two animals, and that
is in their eyes. The eye of the dog has a circular pupil, while the position
or form of the pupil in the wolf is
There are also differences in the
temper and habits of the two.
It should also be remembered
that, the habitation of the wolf is confined to certain parts of the globe.
On other hand, dogs could be found almost everywhere. The dog is also,
generally speaking, easily manageable, but nothing will, in the majority
of cases, render the wolf moderately tractable.